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River rafters on a calm section of the Colorado River


Recent News:

Beetle-killed forests are hazardous! If you are planning a trip this spring that could take you through forests affected by mountain pine beetle, check out these tips from the Kremmling Field Office. 

The Proposed Resource Management Plan (PRMP) and Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the Kremmling Field Office.  CLICK HERE!!

Competitive Oil and Gas Lease Sale Information: Oil and Gas Leasing Web Page 

Gore Canyon Whitewater Park Information

Check out the new Ammonite Site Webpage and Videos!!

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Map of Colorado highlighting the Kremmling Field Office

Click on the map for more information and detailed maps!



Frequently Visited Links:

Wolford Mountain Area Travel Information

Special Recreation Permits

Volunteer and Job Opportunities

Rocky Mountain Region - National Sage-Grouse Planning Strategy

BLM Colorado Sage-Grouse Conservation Efforts

KFO Lands with Wilderness Characteristics


Kremmling Weather Link      Walden Weather Link


Rafting

Rafting


OHV/4x4

OHV/4x4


Fishing

Fishing


The Kremmling Field Office..

..manages 377,860 acres of land within a boundary four times the size of the State of Rhode Island!  If a box was drawn around this piece of BLM, it would extend approximately east to the Continental Divide, west to Steamboat Springs and Vail, south to Interstate-70, and north to the Wyoming border.  The landscape is varied between high mountain peaks and open sage-brush parks.  Our visitors regularly enjoy our vast array of recreation opportunities including rafting, hunting, and off-road use.  Click the map and photos on this page to find out more about the Kremmling Field Office!



Stephanie Odell, Kremmling Field Manager

kfo_webmail@blm.gov

  |  2103 E. Park Avenue    |  P.O. Box 68  |  Kremmling, CO 80459 
(970) 724-3000  |  FAX:(970) 724-3066